Dog food manufacturers and consumers are in a race to produce the most meat for their products, with some beef and pork products selling for as much as $10,000 each.
But how much meat are you actually eating?
Here’s our guide to what you should be eating.
The World Health Organisation says the average American eats about 5.2kg of meat a year.
Here’s what the average UK person eats.
The average American uses about 0.3kg of beef or lamb per year, while the average Briton eats about 0,6kg.
The American and British meat consumption are about the same for the two countries.
If you’re eating beef or pork, then your diet should include between 2.5 and 5.5 kilograms of the animal.
Here are some of the main meat sources in the US: beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and goat sources BBC News: Animal Health magazine says there are between 8.2 and 11.4kg of wild or domestic-raised beef in the United States.
The magazine says this is about twice the amount of beef produced in the UK.
The meat is then processed and processed again.
Beef is also a popular choice for vegetarians and vegans, and many supermarkets and restaurants also sell organic products.
Some of the most popular meat sources are: pig and lamb sources BBC: The Humane Society of the United Kingdom says that up to 4.2 tonnes of wild and domestic-bred pork is used to make beef in Britain, and it is the biggest producer of lamb in the country.
It’s not uncommon to find meat in large quantities at farmers’ markets.
It is also common to find pork on the shelves of supermarkets and in some restaurants, but the meat is usually smaller and usually of lower quality than its wild cousin.
Beef and pork are among the main animal protein sources in Europe, the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Australian Government’s National Agricultural Marketing Program says that beef and lamb products are the most widely consumed protein in Australia.
Beef products are also popular for vegans.
There are around 8.4m Australians eating meat, which is equivalent to 1.5 per cent of the Australian population.
The majority of Australians are vegetarian, although some are vegan.
A recent study found that some Australians were consuming less than 2 per cent animal protein, while other people consumed an average of over 5 per cent.
Beef sources Animal Health says that the biggest source of beef in Australia is the United Sates.
In terms of the number of tonnes used, the United State is second only to China for the most beef production.
This is largely because of the US’s booming beef industry.
The United States has a beef industry of more than 1.3 million employees and more than 100,000 cattle feeders.
The country has more than 200,000 beef processors, with more than 30,000 of these facilities in the states of California, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nevada.
Beef cattle feed is fed to millions of animals, who are then processed for animal feed.
The feed is then sent to slaughterhouses where the carcasses are fed to the animals.
There is a lot of beef and the Australian industry is growing.
Australia is home to more than 3 million cattle and pigs.
Beef has become a big part of Australia’s diet over the last few decades, and in many parts of the country the meat consumption is rising.
Meat producers and consumers have been focusing on reducing the amount that is wasted in animal feeding operations, and reducing the number that are slaughtered for human consumption.
It has also been argued that the use of antibiotics is responsible for the increase in antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Meat production accounts for a very small proportion of the global meat production, but it accounts for roughly 10 per cent or less of all the meat eaten in the world.
The European Union has set the maximum amount of meat that can be produced for human use at just under 2kg per person per year.
In 2016, more than 2.2 million tonnes of beef were slaughtered for animal use.
That number is on track to increase, with meat production growing from 2.1 million tonnes in 2015 to 2.6 million tonnes by 2025.
The amount of animals that are raised for human food production is also growing.
The number of cattle and sheep on the farms of some countries is rising fast.
In Europe, where the industry is booming, the number is rising faster than elsewhere.
The UK is one of the largest beef exporters in Europe.
Beef production in the European Union is estimated to be growing at an annual rate of more more than 5 per, according to a report by the European Food Safety Authority.
Beef produced in Britain accounts for around 80 per cent, while that in the Netherlands accounts for 40 per cent and in the USA for 25 per cent each.
Here is a breakdown of the UK’s beef supply: UK beef production source BBC: Animal Agriculture